TVS has updated its Jupiter scooter with a new BS-IV emssion norm compliant engine and added AHO (automatic headlamp on). Despite the above additions, the price of the scooter remains unchnaged. The Jupiter also now feature sync Braking System (SBS). It is now available in new shades of Jade Green and Mystic Gold. The Jupiter is TVS’s attempt to take on the Honda Activa which is the undisputed king of the 110cc scooter segment in India. To make the Jupiter stand apart from its rivals, TVS has loaded the Jupiter with an exhaustive list of features most of which were segment firsts. The 110cc TVS scooter has been priced at Rs 49,666 ex-showroom Delhi. The Jupiter has been well received in the Indian market and recently the MillionR variant was launched to commemorate the sales of 1 million units of the popular scooter. The special edition of the Jupiter gets a unique wine red shade and also disc brake as an optional extra. TVS claims a mileage figure of 62kmpl for the Jupiter.
The styling of the Jupiter isn’t radical and has a conservative design to appeal to the masses and both the genders. The standout feature has to be the external fuel filler cap which means one doesn’t have to get down from the scooter while filling fuel. The Jupiter also gets a reserve fuel indicator, pass light switch and eco mode indicator. Mobile charger is an optional extra and something that the smartphone obsessed youngsters will appreciate. The Jupiter rides on 12-inch alloy wheels at both the ends which improves stability at high speeds and it features telescopic front forks. The Jupiter in our opinion is among the best 110cc scooters on sale in India and competes against the Hero Maestro Edge, Yamaha Alpha and the Honda Activa 3G.
External fuel filler cap, Comfortable ride, Competitive pricing, Stable handler
Bland styling, Engine isn’t as refined as its Japanese counterparts, Seat cushion is too soft
A great automatic scooter with telescopic forks, 12 inch wheels and a long list of features, the TVS Jupiter has good low and mid-range grunt too and makes the daily commute effortless and is offered at great value also.
The new TVS Jupiter MillionR is the latest entrant in the ZigWheels garage
The TVS Jupiter gets a disc brake and snazzy new clothes to commemorate its millionth unit. But are these enough to make the MillionR edition stand out from the crowd?
Over the last few months, the TVS Jupiter has proved to be a dependable and hassle free commuter, with very little to complain about
With Supreme Court’s ban on the sale of BS-III vehicles coming into effect from April 1, 2017, TVS dealers are offering attractive discounts on their BS-III stock
TVS has launched the BS-IV version of the Jupiter 110cc scooter at Rs 49,666 ex-showroom, Delhi
The 2017 TVS Jupiter with significant updates has been spotted at a dealer's stockyard, and its launch is expected this month
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